It's not just Nokia's Android line of devices that are for the chop: Microsoft plans to ramp down production of Nokia devices running the legacy Series 40 platform too, so no more Asha or basic Nokia
Nokia's Asha line of less-expensive smartphones, not developed on Microsoft's Windows Phone but Nokia's own proprietary OS, is getting a new boost of attention today. The company is <a target="_blank"
Despite recent suggestions that Nokia is at least keeping an open mind about adopting Google's Android platform, the company has reiterated that it is sticking to its guns with Windows Phone and its h
Some good news for Nokia today: the company <a target="_blank" href="http://press.nokia.com/2013/01/10/nokia-exceeds-previous-q4-2012-outlook-for-devices-services-and-nokia-siemens-networks/">announce
Nokia has added another two models to its Asha range of Series 40 phones: the Asha 205, and a dual-SIM variant, both due to launch in Q4 with a price-tag in the $60 region. The Qwerty, non-touch hands
Nokia has announced its cheapest capacitive touchscreen Ashas to date: the Asha 309 and the Asha 308 were unboxed in Jakarta, Indonesia, and like the rest of the Asha range will primarily target emerg
<a href="http://www.crunchbase.com/company/nokia">Nokia</a> this morning <a href="http://press.nokia.com/2011/10/26/nokia-showcases-bold-portfolio-of-new-phones-services-and-accessories-at-nokia-world